Data from: Anthropogenic changes in sodium affect neural and muscle development in butterflies

Emilie C. Snell-Rood, Anne Espeset, Christopher J. Boser, William A. White & Rhea Smykalski
The development of organisms is changing drastically because of anthropogenic changes in once-limited nutrients. Although the importance of changing macronutrients, such as nitrogen and phosphorus, is well-established, it is less clear how anthropogenic changes in micronutrients will affect organismal development, potentially changing dynamics of selection. We use butterflies as a study system to test whether changes in sodium availability due to road salt runoff have significant effects on the development of sodium-limited traits, such as...
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